• All Recipes,  Dinner

    Salisbury Steak

    This is a pretty straight-forward American recipe that most people have either had at Luby’s or at home made by their mom or grandma. I’m funny that way-love just plain, ole good American dishes like this. Mashed potatoes and peas and I’m one happy person. Print Salisbury Steak and Gravy Ingredients 1 can condensed French onion soup 1 1/2 pounds ground beef-93% lean 1/2 cup plain dry bread crumbs 1 egg 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon flour 1/4 cup ketchup yest that's right-ketchup 1/4 cup water 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard Instructions In a large bowl, mix together 1/3 cup condensed French onion soup…

  • All Recipes,  Dinner

    Chicken Fried???

    Born in Texas, relocated to Washington state, back to Texas, then off to the Pacific Northwest for a year, this gal knows the difference between Southern cooking and what I call “the norm.” You see, Southerners grown up on things like pimento cheese, chicken fried steak (an oxymoron if you ask me), cornbread and buttermilk (in a glass-together!), fried okra, hush puppies and tons of Tex Mex food. “The norm” grows up on salisbury steak with onions, spaghetti and meatballs, beef barley soup and not much, if any, Tex Mex food. So, when a Southerner cooks chicken fried steak, well….it’s not chicken at all. That would be chicken fried chicken.…

  • All Recipes,  Soup & Salad

    Cowgirl Stew

    I’ve been making this for so many years I could actually make it blindfolded! I used Ranch Style Beans in it, but I’ve found some parts of the U.S. don’t have that particular brand like we do in the South, so just use Chili Beans, and don’t drain them. You can also use fresh, frozen or canned veggies of your choice. It’s an excellent way to clean out the fridge if you have some ground beef. Print Cowgirl Stew Ingredients 2 Tablespoons vegetable or canola oil 2 pounds ground beef 3 cups water 1 16 oz. package frozen corn 1 15 oz. can diced tomatoes 1 15 oz. can ranch-style…

  • All Recipes,  Soup & Salad

    German Cabbage Soup for the Soul

    By Paula Todora When we lived in Maple Valley, WA we visited a wonderful and authentic German Restaurant often. The Cabbage soup was our favorite. I asked the cook several times what her secret was (a German lady, of course). She would never devulge her secret, of course. I would go home and attempt to get the flavors just right, with no success. Then one day, she told me the secret was in the pork broth. That’s when I changed my recipe up, and here it is-tastes similar to hers without actually having her family recipe. We love it! Print Low Carb Lasagna with Green Beans Servings 12 Ingredients 2 Tbsp…

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